Photo courtesy of PenAir
Unalaska Mayor Shirley Marquardt cuts the ribbon to PenAir’s SAAB 2000 at the Tom Madsen Airport on Amaknak Island at Dutch Harbor to welcome the community onboard to check out the new plane. From left, PenAir President Scott Bloomquist, Marquardt, PenAir CEO Danny Seybert, and guest Pat Geitz.
By Kevin M. Dee for Alaska Business Monthly
Photo courtesy of Global Diving & Salvage
Global Diving & Salvage Diver Jake Elhard surfacing from a dive on a platform in Cook Inlet.
Doors open at 11:30 a.m., the ceremonies begin precisely at noon and will conclude by 1 p.m. Save the date, mark your calendar, get your tickets now.
With the continued success of the first vessel, Alaskan Leader Fisheries will look to install Fleet Xpress across their entire fleet of vessels.
Sick and injured King Cove residents must sometimes be transported to Cold Bay on fishing boats, and are forced to climb the ladder pictured above regardless of their illness and weather conditions. At times, immobile patients have been hoisted up to the dock
via crab pots.